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  1. Report: Disney Interactive Lays Off Nearly Half Its Employees

    6:40 pm 1/24/2011

    The move is the latest in a string of staffing changes plaguing struggling company.Read more

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  2. 'John Carter of Mars,' 'Frankenweenie' Release Dates Changed

    12:00 pm 1/19/2011

    Disney's schedule shuffle now pits director Andrew Stanton's "John Carter" against Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" in March 2012.Read more

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  3. Steve Jobs Expected to Remain on Disney Board Despite Medical Leave

    5:47 am 1/19/2011

    The Apple CEO is also the largest individual shareholder in the entertainment giant.Read more

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  4. Analyst Calls on Disney to 'Kill Redbox'

    6:12 pm 1/14/2011

    BTIG Research's Richard Greenfield believes company should establish at least 28-day window for rental service.Read more

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  5. Disney Gamble on Mickey Mouse Console Game Pays Off

    8:53 am 1/14/2011

    "Epic Mickey" sold 1.3 million units in December. Read more

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  6. Disney in Talks With Yahoo! to Offer Content on Its Web TVs

    5:42 am 1/10/2011

    The company is considering widgets for ESPN, ABC and Disney Channel clips, but it isn’t clear if the firm could also offer full episodes of ABC shows. Read more

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  7. Walt Disney Shares Hit 10-Year High

    4:22 am 1/6/2011

    The stock is doing well early in the year amid analysts’ confidence in its theme parks and cable networks business. Read more

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  8. Facebook Valued At $50 Billion By Goldman Sachs

    4:53 am 1/3/2011

    The social network is now worth more than most entertainment giants, and the latest deal could double the personal fortune of CEO Mark Zuckerberg.Read more

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  9. Manager Johnny Wright Sounds Off On The State Of The Music Industry

    3:37 am 12/14/2010

    More Jonas solo albums on the way? Justin Bieber's perfect transition from teen star to adult artist? The recent executive shake-ups at Sony Music? The man responsible for guiding the career of Justin Timberlake offers his take on today's music business, and how he's planning to find and nurture new talent in the near future. Read more

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